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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

r r ; Local News v. J Have you renewed yet? Miss Vernle Mecum visited in Deaver Wednesday with friends, A big ihow for small price. Thurs., Fri. and Saturday night lira. Ed Walton visited in Carthage Wednesday. , Wanted Veal calves. Thompson & Binkley. William H. Blair waa a Quincy goer the latter part of last week, By advertizing, you make bus' laasa better. Try it and be con vinced. H. E. Corder and wife of Au gusta spent Tuesday with John Hill and wife, , The Price She . Paid Co.. wil play 'The Polishing of Polly" . Friday night. B. M. Mecum transacted busl aeas in Carthage Wednesday of this week. " E. H. Schuerfeld of Quincy transacted business in our town Monday. Mrs Sam Ramsey went to Clay, ton Friday evening to visit her other, Mrs (Elizabeth Veach. For Sale Some good seasoned White Oak posts and cord wood, Fred Witt, Stillwell, III. Mias Nellie Dickerson of Denver came down Friday evening Between trains.. The Hindoo Wonder Worker's information is Free at the oper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

T V N THE BOWEN ClIRONICLIStlBOWEX, ILL. WOMAN AUTHORITY IN COnON WORLD Kattierine Giles Is Leading Fore caster of That Important Crop. BEGAN WORK AT $8 A WEEK Her Report, Gathered From Numer- eui Correspondents and Skillfully Prepared, Rank With Those of the Government. By RICHARD 6PILLANE. (Copyright, MeCInr Ntmpaiffr Bjn.,cate.) A girl who went to Wall street 14 years ago to work tor Sg a week bas become a recognised authority throughout the world on cotton a crop mat now means a tnoueana mil lion dollars or more a year to the American people. At times, as a result of a report which she issues, the markets of New Orleans, New York, Liverpool and Havre are violently agitated. Brokers buy and sell tens of thousands of bales, risk hundreds of thousands of dollars and the change In the value of cotton means millions of dollars to the growers and the spinners. Thousands of men accept ber report with as great a faith as they do that of the United States gov emment in the preparation of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

THE BO WEN RONICLE, BOWEX, ILL. LauraJeanLibbeu's Talks on Heart Topics ICwnlslit. I9M. by th Mcduia Namnpar SradicalsJ IF MARRIAGE GOES AWRY, h, heaven! vor man but constant, he were perfect: Thiit one error fills him with faults; Wilkes him run through Sins. Inconstancy falls off 'ere It begins. . Many a man shows one kind of disposition boforo marriage and intro duces quite another to his wife as soon as the knot Is tied. He lets her think that she could wind him round her little finger in those courting days, because it did not suit his purpose to undeceive her then. After wedding him, she finds she is married to a man whose will would neither bend nor break; she finds that there are two beads of the house If she attempts to rule. If the wife is high-spirited, domestic clashes are the inevitable re sult. Would each but try to conciliate the other, there would be fewer cases . of going back to mother. ' There are two sides to matrimonial grievances. A woman may, and un doubtedly ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 28 January 1915

: --i i ; " i P)ubl,iqSale A . mmmwu,u7nnm'' 'hrnun&' mwttihfeW!MTL"'y-vj,ij t i "TV Tfee undersigned will sell at public sale at his residence 7 miles northwest of Bowen, and 2 1-2 miles northeast of West Point, on Friday, Feb. 5th Commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m. 10 Head of Horses 10 1 gray team geldings -7 antM-yrs-oldy weight 2SQQ; 1 pair of gray mares,' weight 2500, age 12-yrs; 1 gray gelding 12-yrs-old, weight 1250, family horse; 1 gray gelding double-gaited, age 9-yrs-old. weight 1200; 1. sorrel gelding chunk coming 4-yrs-old, weight 1300; 1 bay mare S-yrs-old well broke; 1 black colt 3-yrs-old, broke double and single; 1 bay Morgan Ben colt coming 2-yrs-old. 8 HEADOFCOWS " 8 Uersey cow coming ig-yrs-old, fresh; 1 red cow coming 5-yrs-old, will be fresh by sale, good .much cow; 1 red cow. coming 4-yr?-oldy giving milch; 1 black cow coming 4-yrs-old, giving mjlch; lroan cow eoming 4-yrs-old, will be fresh sootf;:l white faced' cow; 4-yrs-old, fresh in spring; 1 Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

1 Z"! ,LfN ROXICBi - Johnson Bros. Publishers JOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 4, 1915 Vol. 25, No. 3(? ....Annual Spring Muslin Safc... Bleached Muslin Special Fine quality, soft finished, full yard wide, muslin (no starch) regular 10c value, spring muslin sale. 12 yards for $1 Note These Saving Prices On bleached and brown Muslins. GOOD .unbleached muslin this sale 5c yd. BANNER quality muslin this sale, 6c yd. for BEST quality Lonsdale bleach- - ed muslin (everybody knows the brand) regular price 12 l-2c for this sale , 10 yards for $1.00. Limit 10 yards to a customer. Save this Coupon Good for 100 Free Votes if deposited in store Ballot Box on or before Thursday, February 11th S. will give 100 extra votes FREE to every customer purchasing $1,00 worth of Musling or Sheeting during sale. . ' : Combined 5 February IN R.ESPoNSE TO INQUIRIES, AS To THE TIME OF OUR. ANNlAL MU-SLIN .SALE. WE ANNOUNCE IT 'BEGINNING FRIDAY FEB. 5TH, AND LASTING 8 DAY.S OR, UNTIL ..SATURDAY FEB. 13. DUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

A : i IE ItOlWEN CIIROSACLE. BOWEX, ILL. Novdized fromEuciVnltcr,sDraraabyhe3aincnanve HWfflWEP DYPIiOmWltiOfJCDIti . CHAPTER XXII. The Collapie. Mrs. Brand did not leave tha car, Hor ihe did not know her husband had Sons to tha Reynold!' home. He had imerely pleaded a business engageitnent aa hii excuse for leaving the party, for he thought that to y he was going to see Reynolds would have f)lrompted more than cursory Inquiries Worn both the young women. As soon aa Jane was out of the machine the Chauffeur turned and spurted towards the Brands' house, so he wns out of call by the time the door had been opened for her and she saw Brand , -within. ' Her entrance could not have been more accurately timed it she. had 1 chosen the exact moment of it, for Brand's truculent tactics had driven her husband to desperation and thG un written law that prevents attack when one is In the other's home would have eld good no longer. Reynolds recovered himself suffl- f ntly to smile a welcome and i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

V 7 THE BOVVEN CHRONICLE, BOWEN, ILL. HI REFUSES nprnATinii Wl kill! I IUII TelU How She Wat Saved by Taking Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound. t Louiirille, Ky " I think If morssuf. ferlnpr women would take Lydia E. ble Compound they would enjoy better health. I suffered from a female trou ble, and the doctor! decided I bad a tumorous growth and would have to be operated upon. but I refused as I do not believe in opera- torn. I had fainti.ig spells, bloated, and could hardly stand the pain in my left side. My husband Insisted that 1 try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am so thankful I did, for I am now a well woman. I sleep better, do all my housework and take long walks. I never fail to praise Lydia E. Flnkham s Vegetable Compound for my good health.' -Mrs. J. M. KESCH, 1900 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we publish are genuine, Is it not lair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has the virtue t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

A -n, III., CHRONICLE FEB.. 1915. on Bros Editorb and 1C3U8hbrs ntrV'o the pout olr!n t llowsn, 111, M ecuud olios niatf. Card of thanks 50 cents. Resolutions of respeot $1.00. - Unless etherwise Indicated It is presumed that subscriptions ars desired to be oontinued until ordered stopped and all arrearages paid. $2,500,000 For Foot And Mouth Disease Clothing For The Belgium Poor A number of good ladies living Booth of town have been very busy of late, making garments to Bend to the poor people of Belgium. The material used in making these garments, was donated by the business men of this town. The good ladies made eighty-one garments. Mrs. Walter Dickhut shipped the goods this week to the Belgium Headquarters in New York City. This is a very charitable act, And will certainly be appreciated I by the poor people of that "country. The following ladies made the garments: Mrs. Walter Dickhut Mrs. Dave Lawless, Mrs. Ed. Dwen, Mrs. Win, Clemm, Mrs. 'Geo. Pierce. MrB. John Willard, Mrs. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

Alva u I neas in G I I m w il News i transacted dubi8n Saturday. New aprla Ginghams. Robin son's. Miss Ethel v Hester, of near Golden is visiting with J. 0. Carlin and wife. C. P. Jacobs visited his father in Camp Point, last Tuesday, who is quite poorly. For Sale Choice clover seed, also seed oats Geo. E. Harris. Denver, 111. T. R. Kemp of Quincy, and A. J. Culver, of Aurora, were business callers here Monday. Carl Hill who is attending school at Peoria visited from Friday until Monday with his parents. Anyone using the advertising columns of this paper, will reap resultc 0. M. French our drayman went to Pittsfield Saturday, he will move his family to this place. For Sale Some good seasoned White Oak posts and cord wood. Fred Witt, Stillwell, III. Mr.' Henry Nash went to Galesburg Friday to visit his brother Mr. Geo. Nash who is in the Hospital at that place. Read Anyone desiring good town property call on 0. W. Griffitts. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garner of Saskatachwan, Canada ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

i 1 1 SUED FOB HIS FATHERS SAKE (Romantlo Story of the Downfall and Discovery of Jim Parker. (KENYON'S FIRM AFFECTION VI' adin IHow the Political Boaa of Graamara 1 Protected and Advanced tha Lad v Whoaa Mother Ha Once Had Loved. . By RICHARD 8PILLANE. Ona(rijht, MrClnra Ntwspsper Rjndicitt.) Kenyou, who was tha political boss tot Grasmere, backer of the principal bank, owner of the largest general store, and richest man In the country. never unbent to' any one but Parker's boy Jim. To Parker, senior Kenyon showed little courtesy. When they anet in the street Kenyon nodded If so disposed, but usually passed without noticing him. It Jim was with his Ifather, It was different. Kenyon would atop, Joke with the youngster, 'buy candy and toys for him and never iseemed to tire of his company. The llrst watch Jim ever had was a gift from Kenyon. The money that put tha boy through college waa supplied Ty the rich man. Parker protested weakly against the college matter, but Kenyon, who was r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

V Y THE BOWEN CHRONICLE J OWEN, ILL lllll It, httne iJrcsbpter anti jffllartjr By Julian de Keitel-Hankin ( ( TTT'TIY, yes, he was a taint, if you must know . . Kr ( gazed into her eager, questioning eyes, ;, Nor envied any saint in Paradise) "A priest who lived in Rom long years ago. ; . j He healed blind girls and lost his head, and so j We keep his feast in inappropriate wis . ' .1 With kisses, gifts, and amorous jollities, While in (he shrine his flickering tapers glow." ' "Yet not so inappropriate," quoih the maid, ', "Since ever as the good saint's chimes are rung, Some mpiden's eyes are opened to the light : . Of love's sweet mastery, and some poor wight, Silent erstwhile as one that's sore afraid, ', Loses his head and thereby finds his tongue." "Except on St. Valentine's day." he put in. "Except on St. Valentine's day" she echoed, gazing sentimentally at the valentine. "Such a beautiful sentiment "'All day long, sweat Valentine, I sing to lell this love of mine; Accept this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 4 February 1915

J. 1 V i'tsa' V On account of changing locations the ' undersigned will sell ay public sale, on what is known as the Lanstrum farm, 5 miles southwest of Bowen and 2 miles east of Stillwell, 111., on Sat. Feb. 13, 1915 Commencing at 10:00 o'clock a. m. 12 Head of Horses 12 1 bay draft mare coming 6-yrs-old in foal; 1 black draft mare coming 4 yrs-old in foal; 1 sorrel blind mare; good work mare; 1 sorrel mare family broke; 1 team sorrel match fillies, draft, coming 2 and 3; 1 team black match fillies, draft, coming 2-yrs-old; 1 bay mare coming 3-yrs-old; 1 sorrel horse, 7-yrs-old; I 2 coming yearling, draft. 391 HEAD OF CATTLE 39 Consisting of choice milk cows, heifers and a few calves. 27 HEAD OF HOGS 27 7 head of shotes; 13 Chester White brood sows, bred; 7 Poland China sows, full blood, bred. FARMING IMPLEMENTS Wagon; 8-ft. McCormick binder; Deere loader; disc; disc drill; 2 pair cultivators; mower; 2 harrows, 10 and 12 feet; 2 gang plows, Emerson; stalk cutter; ricker; 2 sweep ra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

BO WEN CHRONICLE Johnson Bros. Publishers BOWEN, If.UNOIS, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 11, 1915 Vol. 25, No. 37 A Burned to Death Harvey Philips, of Griggsville, was fatally burned the fore part of last week. He was employed by Harry Bartholomew, formerly AsUhi place. At the time of the accident, he waa attempting to thaw out dome frozen pipes in the lard house, pouring gasoline from 5 gallon can onto some sawdust, the gas ignited from the fire in the room, causing an explosion, which fatally burned the young man, who died in a few hours He was 25 years old and was marri4 last March. Obituary r Everett B. Sherrow, the third son of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Sherrow, was born June 23, 1896 near Golden, Adams County, III. He passed .away near Colusa, Jan. 31, 1915, at 7:30, aged 13 years, 7 months, 8 days. He was a faithful member of the class, of We Brothers of the United Brethern ehareh of Colusa. He will be greatly missed from outclass, his loving nature and ever faithful presence has en deared ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

v THE BOWEX CfflRONICLE. BOWEX, ILL. FINE FEATHERS by WEBSTER DENISON NOVELIZED FROM EUGENE WALTER'S DRAMA BY THE SAME NAME CHAPTER XXIII. Six Hundred Deid And Onel Tha days that followed llob'B collapse were tha happiest ho had known for over a year, Jane's tonder nature and her deep rooted love for ber husband asserted Itself In a thousand ways. There Is no field like a sick room to give scope to a true woman's devotion and strengthen ties that have become strained In the pursuits of the worldly. She spent nearly every waking moment at hie bedside and the nurse the physician had assigned fouiid ber task an easy one. Reynolds was by nature a physical giant. Ha had narrowly escaped a severe attack of brain fever, , but through the skilful administering of morphia and the soothing Influence of his wife's presence he rallied rapidly. For nearly a week aC-ir the night he bad succumbed neither made any ref erence to tha causes of the collapse. Dick called two or three times and his merr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

THE BOWEX CHRONICLE,,' BOWEN, ILL. Talk not of temples, there la one , Built without hands, to mankind riven; It lamps are the meridian sun And all the stars of heaven, Its walls are the cerulean sky Its floor the earth so green and fair. The dome Its vast Immensity; All nature worships there. David Vedder. THINGS f6 REMEMBER. It Is not a lucky word, this same Impossible; no good comes of those that have it so often In their mouths. Few things are Impossible to dillgence and skill. Whan lettuce has been ueemlngly hopelessly -wilted, It may be resusci tated by giving It a cold bath, shake off the water and put it into a tight dish or pall. Put on the cover and put Into a cold place tor an hour or two when It will be crisp and fresh again. Parsley may be treated as satisfactorily In the same way. A coffee can with a tight cover is a good receptacle to use (or this purpose. Keep newspapers handy to wipe and rub the kitchen range; they may then be burned and out of the way. Don't forget...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

tni! ftOWEN fcllltONICLfe, HOWEH, ILL. BOWEN CHR0N1CL Bowen, III., FEB., 11, 1915, JeiNioN Bros Editors and I'dblibbbrs CaMr"a tliepoal office itt Bowen, 111, second clan matler. Card ot thanks 50 cenU. Resolutions ot respect SI .00. Unlet! otherwise indicated: It if pre1 turned that subscriptions ut desired to k eontinued until ordered topped and all arrearage paid. The editor of the Chronic! ought to be a mind reader, and if he waa so blessed, it would be a very easy matter of secur ing newa items, but as he isn't, and unfortunatly must spend the greater part of his time in the office, quite frequently come of the newa gets away from him, This office always appreciates the favor when newa items are sent, or phoned in to us, but please end them in to us, while they are news, Don't send Ub news that ia old and out of date, but we will certainly try our best to make newa out of anything that may be sent to this, office. For Example if you have friends visiting you 01 some member of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

IT 7 Local News Mrs Chas. Downing ia on the ilck list. Frank Kettenring is on the sick list this week. Miss Dove Baxter visited in Carthage Saturday. ' Jewelry repairing Is our splclal ty. Martin Bros. R. 0. Ma Coy was a business caller in our town Wednesday. ' Mia a Edvth Griffin visited in Carthage Saturday. . Augusta has organized another oil and gas company. Lee Cunningham visited in Hamilton and Keokuk Saturday. Brine us your watches and clocks to be repaired. Martin Bros Miss Ruth Gillis spent the week end with home folks, Mrs Ed Walton visited in Den ver the latter part of last week. 'Shock corn for sale. Inquire of W- 0. Stambach. H. K. Hough spent Sunday . with H. T. Harter and wife near Denver. For Sale One piano player and 82 choice rolls of music, en , quire at this office. Mrs Danby Harrison and little daughter of Barry are visiting at the home of Arthur McNeal Arch Hart of West Point visited with Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Hart this week. Born To Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Baker, of E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

THE HOWEX CHRONICLE. 110AVEN, ILL. Laura Jean Libbeu's Talks on Heart Topics r "7 r ' . .-' , - .. 1 ' i ICwrWht. 1914. br d McCku. IWm Sndioto THEY WOULD BE MOVIE STAR8 The world Is fltl'd with folly, and ln. And love must cling where It can, I ur, For lu auty In easy enouKh to win, . But one Isn't loved every day. It Is wonderful what a hold, moving pictures have taken upon the heart! of- girls. They pick out their favorite actresses and silently worship at their . shrine eve ning after evening. As they watch their favorite with bated breath and Intense gaze, many a girl conceives the daring wish that she, too, might become a movie artist It all looks so easy. They have no lines to memorize, no terror lest they might .forget their part. Nothing to do but Imply to walk through their acts and look pretty. There is not one girl in hundred but Is sure she could do it quite aa well. If her friends have praised her, calling her good looking, she lets the Idea gain ascendancy over her. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

TJIE UOWEN CHRONICLE. BOWEN. ILL. GRAVEN TO i MAN OF MILLIONS Extraordinary Rise in Life nf Patrick H. Dillon of Pittsburgh. HIS START IN A CEMETERY Protege of Mr. Phlppi, Given Work In Home.toad Mllli, Wat Faithful In Big 8trlke and Wai Rlohly Rewarded. By RICHARD 8PILLANE. (Copyright, McClur, Newspaper Byndloat..) In the various Hats ot Pittsburgh millionaires no one ever has Included the name of Patrick H. Dillon, yet It belongs there. No list would be com plete without It. He's one of the princes made by steel just as surely eb is Carnegie or Schwab or Cory or Peacock, and bis rise has been more remarkable. He probably is the only millionaire In America today who roue from gravedlgger. It was in a cemetery near Pittsburgh in which Paddy Dillon labored, l.e probably would have stuck to gravadigglng for the rest of his days but for Mrs. Henry Phlpps. Dillon had to look after the grave of one of her ' friends and he sodded the mound bo well and was so kindly and willing to do anyth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 February 1915

tra toxrzx csoiciclb, rotnn, ttx. Trapped by a band of con- sssssssia I Spirators, curious, cunning (jr, members of the Black Hundred, whose every effort is ,..!! -MihH' being extended 4Mi tflfe of ; Florence Sf "TV Gray, beautiful i . 18-year-old ""JL M heroine of XI M Harold Mac- f :; ' .411? Grath's great 41 , novcv - iwi IiliUion : Dollar Uirf imm Mystery w gtt nanan-ej "u-a-i as vi i i .tmrnn m muwmu mm lip mjroi mm m .-mmm mm DEHYEB. Without a friendly soul in sight, without a helping hand, this daring, keen-witted girl baffles the entire band of conspirators and escapes! Youll enjoy reading this thrilling story which we have secured and the first installment of which will soon appear in this paper. Mm. Edd. Walton spent Friday with Mr.' and Mrs. D. Walton Mra. Haiti Dickerson ia in Gales- burr for a few daya. Miss Laura Baker returned Peoria Saturday. Jesse Cain spent Sunday with homo folks and attended services her Sunday. Rev. J. W. Porter will fill his regular appointment ...

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